Covered markets

Kuwait City is always busy, especially the area of Salmiya, the place where young Kuwaitis go to find their favorite fashions. There you may see one of the old-style Kuwaiti “covered markets” between modern Western shops and restaurants.

I have questions about the last sentence.
Question 1: the Kuwaiti covered markets, does that mean the markets that have a roof?
Question 2: “between” modern Western shops and restaurants? Does that mean the markets are in the middle?

Thanks a lot!

Covered market

Is it possible that the shopping street and the restaurant street in the area are separated?
If they are not separated, I suppose that “among” is better than “between”.

Yes to both.

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